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Lessons of coordination and harmonisation in Jamaica, Kenya, Thailand and Zambia

Improving the Education Response to HIV and AIDS: Lessons of partner efforts in coordination, harmonisation, alignment, information sharing and monitoring in Jamaica, Kenya, Thailand and Zambia. (UNAIDS IATT on Education, 2008)

This report synthesises case study exercises undertaken to examine the quality, effectiveness and coordination of the education sector’s response to the HIV epidemic in four countries – Jamaica, Kenya, Thailand and Zambia.

Lessons of coordination and harmonisation in Jamaica, Kenya, Thailand and Zambia

In each country, stakeholders assessed: critical achievements and gaps in the education sector response to HIV and AIDS; the evolution and effectiveness of coordination mechanisms and structures; progress toward harmonisation and alignment; information-sharing on HIV & AIDS and education; key resources for the response; and monitoring and evaluation.
This report presents the overall findings from the study and makes recommendations for the UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on Education and its partners to improve coordination in support of country level and global actions. Detailed information on the results for each country is included in appendices of this report.

To download the document (English; pdf format) click here.

  • Publication date: 02-04-2008
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